RASCOM becomes Netnod Reach Partner
“The partnership between Netnod and RASCOM is an important event not only for direct participants of this agreement but also for Carrier Community of Russia and Europe,” Denis A. Ganza, CEO of CJSC RASCOM, comments on. “The carriers, which are already RASCOM’s customers, can increase significantly the level of interconnectivity of their networks and improve the Internet-traffic routes in favour of their customers."
"We are excited and proud to partner up with RASCOM. This partnership will help bring efficient and secure connections for their clients as well as our connected clients at Netnod. Netnod Reach is an easy, fast and cost-effective way to peer in Stockholm without the overhead of a full IXP commitment allowing you to test the waters with the visibility and technical benefits of a full peering customer," says LM Jogbäck, Netnod CEO.
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CJSC “RASCOM” is a leading provider of international capacity for telecom carriers and owns telecommunications facilities and structures at the route Moscow – St.-Petersburg – Helsinki – Stockholm – Copenhagen – Frankfurt – Amsterdam – Prague – Bratislava – Uzhgorod -Lviv - Kharkiv - Kiev.The company is offering services of providing telecomm circuits as well as access to the Internet and various integrated solutions in Moscow, Saint-Petersburg, Tver, Novgorod and other cities of Central and North-West Regions of Russia connecting with main hubs of Europe. Rascom also offer DDoS mitigation services for IP-transit operators.
Netnod is a not-for-profit, neutral and independent Internet infrastructure organisation, based in Sweden and owned by the TU foundation. Netnod provides DNS anycast and unicast slave services to TLDs worldwide through its highly respected and robust DNSNODE product. Netnod is also the proud operator of i.root-servers.net, one of the thirteen logical DNS root name servers in the world – a critical part of the Internet underlying infrastructure. This service is provided as a public service to the Internet community at-large, as part of Netnod’s goal to work for the “Good of the Internet”. Finally, Netnod operates six exchanges in five different cities in Sweden where Internet operators exchange traffic. The Netnod IX has among the highest amount of traffic per peer in Europe and is fully IPv6 enabled.